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The Oxford Handbook of Multicultural Identity

Benet-Martinez
Veronica Benet-Martinez & Ying-Yi Hong
2014

Publisher: 
Oxford
ISBN: 
9780199796694
Pages: 
560
Cost: 
$175
One or more of the authors is a member of IACCP: 
Yes
Field(s): 
Social, Personality, Acculturation, Immigration
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The volume addresses some important basic issues, such as measurement of multicultural identity, links between multilingualism and multiculturalism, the social psychology of multiculturalism and globalization, as well as applied issues such as multiculturalism in counseling, education, policy, marketing and organizational science, to mention a few.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

V. Benet-Martinez & YY. Hong

PART I: DEFINITIONAL ISSUES AND BASIC PROCESSES

Chapter 2: Dynamic multiculturalism: The interplay of social cognitive, neural, and genetic mechanisms

YY. Hong & M. Khei

Chapter 3: The bilingual brain: Language, culture, and identity

N. Ramirez-Esparza & A. Garcia-Sierra

Chapter 4: The identity dynamics of acculturation and multiculturalism

S. Schwartz, V. Vignoles, R. Brown, & 

H. Zagefka

PART II: THE SOCIAL-PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTEXT

Chapter 5: Multicultural societies

J. Berry & D. Sam

Chapter 6: The social psychology of multiculturalism: Identity and intergroup relations

K. Deaux & M. Verkuyten

Chapter 7: Exploring the Identity Autonomy Perspective (IAP): An Integrative theoretical approach to multicultural and multiracial identity

D. T. Sanchez, M. J. Shih & L. S. Wilton

Chapter 8: Multiple groups, multiple identities, and intersectionality

I. H. Settles & N. T. Buchanan

Chapter 9: Psychological science of globalization

A. K-y Leung, L. Qiu, & C. Chiu

PART III: MEASUREMENT & VALIDITY ISSUES

Chapter 10: Assessment of psychological acculturation and multiculturalism

O. Çelenk & F. Van de Vijver

Chapter 11: Implicit multicultural identities

T. Devos & T. Vu

PART IV: INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

Chapter 12: Personality and multicultural effectiveness

K. van der Zee & J.P. van Oudenhoven

Chapter 13: Variations in multicultural identity: Socio-cognitive processes and Bicultural Identity Integration (BII)

CY. Cheng, F. Lee, V. Benet-Martinez, & Q. Huyn

Chapter 14: Multiculturalism and adjustment

J. Ponterotto & A. Fietzer

PART V: DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATION, & COUNSELING

Chapter 15: Identity formation in bicultural youth

P. Vedder & J. Phinney

Chapter 16: Childhood socialization and academic performance of bicultural youth

J. Mistry, M. Contreras, & 

E. Pufall-Jones

Chapter 17: Multicultural education and global citizens

J. A. Banks

Chapter 18: Multicultural counseling & therapy

L. Perez-Gualdron & C. Yeh

PART VI: APPLIED PERSPECTIVES

Chapter 19: Bridging cultural divides: Traversing organizational and psychological perspectives on multiculturalism

M.Y. Brannen & F. Lee

Chapter 20: Cultural diversity and marketing: The multicultural consumer

L. A. Peracchio, M. G. Bublitz, & D. Luna

Chapter 21: Policies for managing cultural diversity

C. Novoa & F. Moghaddam

Chapter 22: Managing identity issues in intercultural conflict communication

S. Ting-Toomey

 

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